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TDP submitted fabricated files on Sripadasagar to Speaker: CLP

Written by: Staff

Hyderabad, Mar 26 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Congress Legislature Party today said the Telugu Desam Party's "dubious tactics" were once again exposed when they came to examine the files relating to Sripadasagar project at the chambers of Irrigation Minister Ponnala Lakshmaiah yesterday.

Talking to reporters here, State Government Chief Whip Kiran Kumar Reddy said the very fact that the TDP did not send former Chief Engineer and TDP MLA Sana Maruti and instead sent TDP deputy leaders in the Assembly T Devender Goud and Dr Nagam Janardhan Reddy to scrutinise the files showed the "dubious standards" of the TDP.

''The TDP leaders without looking at the files walked out without claiming that their 34-page document submitted to the House on Sripadasagar project was correct. This clearly exposed the motive of the TDP leaders,'' Mr Reddy, who showed the orginal government documents and the fabricated documents of the TDP, said.

Stating that page 6, 11 and 21 of the 34-page document submitted by TDP to the House, appeared different from the originals, Mr Reddy alleged that the TDP had submitted fabricated files to the House.

''It is very clear that the documents produced by the TDP in the House were fabricated as they did not match with the files available with the government,'' he added.

State Commercial Taxes Minister Konathala Ramakrishna accused the TDP of levelling false charges against the government to thwart the Jalayagnam programme.

The issue of Sripadasagar was discussed in the House for 18 days, he said adding that the TDP should apologise to the people of the state for unnecessarily wasting the time of the House, he added.


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